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(Burnham 

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Heat 



Catalog No. 64 



WILLIAM H. GURNEY CO. 

190.19th Avenue Paterson, N.J. 




INTERNATIONAL 



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For the 

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Issued August, 1925 
Printed in U.S.A. 



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Snapping cold outside — below 
zero, yet beneath that J/g-inch 
sheet of greenhouse glass, ten- 
der orchids thrive in a non- 
fluctuating almost torrid heat. 
For over fifty years, more of 
our boilers have heated green- 
houses than any other cast 
iron boiler made, 
Hardly a wonder, then, that 
they are now chosen for home 
heating of the cosy comfort 
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No. I. Just an old timey, 
flat bottomed, iron tea kettle. 



No. 2. By bringing the hollow 
sides down in the fire this way, 
the water boiled much more 
quickly. 



A Plain Explanation 

Why Our Boilers are Made 

The Way They Are Made 

TEA kettles were the first household boilers. 
Our boilers are tea kettles grown up. Let's 
explain. 

Cut No. 1 , shows a kettle that took twelve minutes 
to boil. Kettle No. 2, has the sides extended down 
into the fire so that it can heat the water more 
quickly. The same fire boiled this kettle in eight 
minutes, saving four minutes over No. 1 , and no 
more coal burned. 
Kettle No. 3, was made with fluted bottom, which 



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No. 5. If the crimped up bottom of Kettle No. 3, on the opposite page, 
were pulled out straight, it would be a big, broad bottom about 3 times as 
wide. The part over the fire in the Square Boiler has those same deep 
flutes, or corrugations, giving it 3 times the fire surface in a third of the 
width. That's one of the big reasons for its economy. 



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No. 3. And this kettle with the 
bottom full of crimps or corru- 
gations, still further shortened 
the boiling time. (See cut 
No. 5. opposite page). 



No. 4. This view of our Round 
Water Boiler shows how it is made 
exactly like Kettle No. 3. 



just tripled the amount of water surface space, 
which the same fire could directly heat (see cut 
No. 4 on this page). This kettle boiled in four 
minutes; or one-third the time of the first kettle 
and yet no more coal was burned. So much for 
the firepot part of the kettle, or the "direct fire sur- 
face" as it is called in boilers. 

Next, we made a real boiler along the lines of kettle 
No. 3, but constructed it so the smoke and hot 
gases from the fire would have to go back and forth 
between water lined passages, before they reached 
the chimney. This resulted in using every last 
vestige of heat practical. Then we had a full- 
fledged, grown-up boiler — the tea kettle had reached 
its "full growth." Of course, we have been con- 
tinually making minor improvements, which have 
further added to our boilers' economy, and also 
made them surprisingly easy to run. They are 
made in either round or square shape. Both kinds 
are of sectional construction, making it easy to 
install them and equally easy to repair. 



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Water Square Sectional 

THE basic principle of our Sectional Boilers is 
that a long fire travel (rightly proportioned) 
makes a short coal bill. They have a fire travel 
three times back and forth the length of the boiler. 
This, combined with the deep cross channels, di- 
rectly over the hottest part of the fire, which lead 
the fire to the individual side flue openings, makes 
each section equally efficient, simply because each 
section gets an equal distribution of the fire and 
heated gases. 

When you ask the question: "Are they econom- 
ical?" Our most convincing reply is, that before 
one of these boilers was sold for residence or general 
heating, they first had to meet the most exacting 
demands of commercial greenhouse requirements, 
where coal costs and heat results are watched like a 
cat watches a mouse. And more of our boilers are 
used for greenhouse heating than any other cast 
iron boiler. 




No. 5a. Showing exter- 
ior of Hot Water Boiler. 
Note big, broad busi- 
ness-like lines, large size 
fire door; separate clean 
out doors to each flue. 
Sections can be added to 
increase capacity, either 
to front or rear, which- 
ever is more convenient. 
With this sectional con- 
struction comes ease in 
handling and simplicity 
of set up. 



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Steam Square Sectional 

TWO problems which every boiler manufacturer 
has been tussling with for years, we long since 
satisfactorily solved in our Steam Boiler: One- — to 
make it low enough so it can be used in shallow cel- 
lars; the other, to not sacrifice size of steam dome, so 
that it will still be of ample size to prevent priming. 

Just because we were willing to spend the money 
to change our patterns time and time again, we now 
have a broad, low boiler, with a good, husky-sized 
steam dome, big enough to satisfactorily meet such 
conditions. 

In every other particular it is constructed like the 
water boiler, and has the same economy and con- 
venience in operating, such as damper operating on 
front of the boiler; separate clean-out door to each 
flue; ample-sized clinker door opening; plenty big 
fire box door, so scoop won't bang on sides and spill 
the coal; grates shake half at a time; deep ash pit. 



No, 6. Cutaway showing 
three times back and forth 
fire travel on each side of 
the boiler. 

The fire and gases coming 
up between each section 
results in each section being 
equally efficient. 
Grate Bars shake half at a 
time, not only making the 
shaking operation easier, 
but permitting the use of 
one-half the grate when 
only a small fire is required. 
Another economy point. 




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Some Common Sense 



TT'S easy for boiler manufacturers to fall into the 
X lingo of the trade, and talk "direct and indirect 
surface; long and short fire travel; flue openings'* 
and all that sort of thing, and take it for granted 
that it's plain to every one. As a matter of fact, 
to the average person it's generally Greek. This 
page we hope will be a translation of the more im- 
portant economy points and advantages. 



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It's the Long 
Fire Travel 
That Makes 
the Short 
Coal Bill 

Steam Boiler 

THE Steam Boiler has the same broad shoul- 
dered, sturdy look as the Water Boiler, only 
that it is taller. . 

In that very tallness, lies one of its best points. 
Because of it, ample space is allowed for a steam 
dome, where the steam can expand before going 
to the radiators. - . £ 

Stingy, little, low steam domes cause all kinds ot 
trouble with the steam being wet, and so not 
containing the heat it should; or the water boiling 
over into the pipes, playing hob in general. 




No. 7. All that space above the 
water line in this section of a 
steam boiler, is the steam dome. 




No. 8. Comparing the steam 
section with this one from the 
water boiler, shows you the 
steam dome space. 



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No. 9. The smoke box is 
equipped with an interchange- 
able cold air damper plate, and 
the hood itself shifts around to 
any position desirable for con- 
necting the smoke pipe. 




No. 1 1 . These cast-iron bevel - 
milled nipples are used to con- 
nect the sections. One at the 
top and one at each side just 
above the base. 




No. 1 0. Here you see the hood 
is swung around, and the dam- 
per plate put on the side so the 
pipe can be connected at the 
back. 




No. 12. The damper is operated 
from the front of the boiler. 
The damper plate is secured 
directly to the back section 
and is not located in the smoke 
box hood. 



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No. 13, The bothersome and expensive operations involved in erect- 
ing a boiler equipped with long tie bolts is entirely overcome by our method 
of drawing and holding sections together by short tie bolts. Not only 
do they make erection easy, but greatly lessen the expense of removing 
any section, or adding sections to increase the capacity. 




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No. 14. As we mentioned 
before, the grate operates 
in halves — this sketch shows 
how this half operation is 
arranged. 




No t5 The ashes dump to the front, an advantage the man who takes 
them out. keenly appreciates. Great clinker smashers are these grates— 
another point in their favor. 



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Eft U J? can , readl y see t] ?e advantages of such an arrangement, 
both in handling and settmg up the base. Should you want to add more 
sections to your boiler, section sides can easily be added to the base 



No. 17. The ridge shape of 
each grate bar you can easily 
see, when shaken will stir up 
and shake down the ashes with 
less effort than a flat grate. 
Warping, which interferes with 
ease of operation, is prevented 
by a heavy trussing cast under 
each side of each grate. 




No. 18. Another economy point — with the grate operating in halves. 
the rear half can be banked with ashes and the front half fired for mild 
weather requirements, reducing both coal consumption and labor. 



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Easy to 
Erect 



No. 1. First comes the 
base. It is in four main 
pieces and can be 
quickly bolted together. 



No, 2. Then the grate 
bars are next dropped 
into their sockets. 



No. 3. After fastening 
up the grate shaker con- 
nection, it is tested to 
see if it shakes right in 
every way. This one 
does. The back half 
is being operated. 



No. 4. Then every thing 
is ready for the front 
section to be lifted on 
and slid into place. 



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No. 5. Put in the 
nipple connections, add 
another section and 
tighten up the four 
short tie bolts. 




No. 6, Section after 
section is added and 
finally the rear one is 
ready to swing in place 
and the smoke box 
bolted in position, ready 
to connect to the chim- 
ney. 




No. 7. And there you 
have the boiler set up. 
Simple enough, wasn't 
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SPECIAL NOTE 
Return Tappings of Steam 
Boilers are now located on 
side of boiler same as 


Return on Water Boilers. 
Sections with Return Tap- 
pings are interchangeable 
and can be located on 
either side of the boiler, 
wherever more conven- 
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It stands 80 \i in. high and is 70 % in. broad. 
Made in seven sizes, with steam ratings from 
7,850 to 16,550 square feet. 



The Big Twin Sectional 



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T starts where our big single Sectional Square 
Boiler, with its 36-inch grate leaves off. 

This Big Twin Sectional has a 50-inch grate. 

The sections are twins. So are the grates. Aside 
from which, it is made on practically the same 
lines as its smaller brothers, with their long fire 
travel and short coal bill. 



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Has short tie bolts. Set up is easy. 
Three men can do it in a surprisingly 
quick time. Sections are 10 inches 
broad. A set of twin grates to each 
twin section. 




The Twins Themselves 



BIG as the boiler is, each twin is no heavier 
than the separate sections on the 30-inch 
Square Sectional Boiler, All except the front and 
back twins are interchangeable. 

A right hand one can be made left by simply turning 
it around. 

The lap-over-lap with its nipple connection, joins 
the twins at the top. 

A pipe at the back connects each side at the bottom. 



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Instead of the grates being made long, cumbersome 50 inch 
bars, that are very difficult to handle and that are bound 
to warp, these bars are ridge shaped and are under- trussed 
on each side to prevent warping. They are but 24 inches 
long and weigh only 40 pounds. 



RATING FOR STEAM 



No. 


Rating 
Sq. Ft. 


No. and Size 
of Outlet 
and Inlet 


Average 

Size 

of Fire Pot 


Grate 

Area 

Sq. Ft. 


S-50-6 


7850 


3-5 in. 


55x55.5 


19.27 


S-50-7 


9300 


3-5 in. 


55x66 


22.92 


S-50-8 


10750 


4-5 in. 


55x76.5 


26.56 


S-50-9 


12200 


4-5 in. 


55x87 


30.20 


S-50-10 


13650 


5-5 in. 


55x97.5 


33.85 


S-50-11 


15100 


5-5 in. 


55x97.5 


33 85 


S-50-12 


16550 


5-5 in. 


55x97.5 


33,85 



RATING FOR WATER 



W-50-6 


12600 


4-5 in. 


55x55.5 


19.27 


W-50-7 


15000 


4-5 in. 


55x66 


22 92 


W-50-8 


17400 


5-5 in. 


55x76 5 


26.56 


W-50-9 


19800 


5-5 in. 


55x87 


30.20 


W-50-10 


22200 


6-5 in. 


55x97.5 


33.85 


W-50-11 


24600 


6-5 in. 


55x97.5 


33 85 


W-50-12 


27000 


6-5 in. 


55x97 . 5 


33.85 



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LETTERS 



A 


70K 


n. 


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31 H in. 


B 


80K 


n. 


K 


22 in. 


C 


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28 in. 


D 


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M 


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19 


n. 


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53^ in. 


F 


15 


n. 


P 


65% in. 


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60M 


n. 


R 


17 in. 


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MEASUREMENTS 



Steam and 
Water 


Length "O" 


Size of Grate 


50-6 


91 in. 


50x55.5 in. 


50-7 


101 V 2 in. 


50x66 in. 


50-8 


112 in. 


50x76.5 in. 


50-9 


\22M in. 


50x87 in. 


50-10 


133 in. 


50x97.5 in. 


50-1 1 


1431^ in. 


50x97.5 


50-12 


154 in. 


50x97.5 



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For High 
Pressure 

Hot Water 
Heating 

Water Tube 
Type 



This Water Boiler has the same 
3 times back and forth fire 
travel and other economical 
features as its big brother the 
Square Sectional Boiler. 



IT'S a high pressure boiler with a wonderful repu- 
tation for the economical heating of water supply 
tanks. 

Good for 80 pounds. 

Tested at 2Yl times its ratio working pressure in 
accordance with the A.S.M.E. Code. 
It is especially adapted for hot water supply in 
apartment houses, office buildings, hospitals, stores, 
theaters, garages, and similar buildings. 

A Powerful Worker 

This Newest of Our Boiler Family 

Here's Why— 

Short tie-bolt connected. 

Double shaker grates. 

Big fire-box door. 

Separate clean-out door, for each flue. 

Generous size base. 



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Operating parts all on the 
front. 

Every one of them, out- 
standing features of our 
boilers. 

Special equipment furnished 
with this high pressure 
series. 

Automatic Damper Regu- 
lator operates the drafts at 
back of boiler as the tem- 
perature of the water rises 
or lowers. 

Hand regulation draft doors 
also furnished at front of 
boiler. 

Hot Water Relief Valve set 
at 80 lbs. pressure. 
Two 2-in. Brass Clean-out 
Plugs on lower part of front 
section so that sediment 
that accumulates can be 
easily cleaned out. 




The grates are the ridge type, 

having a tilting and rocking 

motion. 

Operate half at a time, making 

them half again as easy to 

shake. 




Water Tube Type 
Water Boiler. 




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In construction, note the water ways are tubular in 
shape, giving them extra strength. 

The castings are amply heavy and the iron is 
placed at proper place to do the most good. 

There are no large areas of flat surfaces. Even the 
rear section is corrugated and that means greater 
surface exposed to the fire travel. Consequently 
greater heat usage and shorter coal bills. 



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Measurements and Ratings 





Number 


Grate 


Size of 


Water 


Tank 


Size 


Number 




Size 


of 


Area 


Grate 


Rating 


Capacity 


Storage 


of 


Total 




Sections 


Sq.Ft. 


Inches 


Sq. Ft. 


Gallons 


Tank 


Families* 


Length 


W-21-4 


4 


2.47 


21x17 


1,000 


865 


42"xl2' 


28-31 


24* 


W-2I-5 


5 


3 20 


21x22 


1,300 


1,000 


42"xl4' 


32-37 


29* 


W-21-6 


6 


3.93 


21x27 


1,600 


1.130 


48*xl2' 


38-42 


34" 


W-21-7 


7 


4.66 


2!x32 


1,900 


1,300 


48"xl4' 


43-47 


39* 


W-21-8 


8 


5.39 


21x37 


2.200 


1,500 


48*xl6' 


48-52 


44* 


W-21-9 


9 


6.12 


21x42 


2,500 


1,665 


54"xl4' 


53-57 


49* 


W-2I-10 


10 


6.85 


21x47 


2,800 


1.757 


60*xl2' 


58-62 


54* 



A 

29H" 


B 
52?** 


F 
13* 


G 

29^* 


H 

5* 


I 

15* 


K 
10* 


O 
32H* 


L 
4" 


M 
WW 


R 

15* 


S 
12* 


T 

1QM* 


U 


V N 

48* 15? s " 



*Average 3 to 4 room apartments. 
Tappings: Two 3 in. Supplies. 
Two 3 in. Returns on Rear Section. 
Size of Smoke Pipe. 1 ins. 



Special Equipment furnished with 

High Pressure Series: 

Automatic Damper Regulator. 

Water Relief Valve. 

Two 2 in. Brass Clean-out Plugs on 

Front Section. 



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FL/kNCES* 




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THAN TOP OF HEATER 



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A Typical Hot Water 
Supply Installation 

THIS photograph and diagram shows an installa- 
tion of the Water Tube Type Boiler made in a 
50-family apartment house. 

The boiler has 9 sections, rated at 2,500 square feet 
or 1 ,665 gallons tank capacity. 

The tank is 4 ft. x 16 ft. and holds 1,500 gallons. 
Both the Boiler and the Tank are made by us. 




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No. 6. Water Boiler, Five sec- 
tion size. 



No. 7. Six section Water Boiler, 
made by adding intermediate 
sections. 




No. 10. This cut-open view 
gives you a splendid idea of how 
the hot smoke and gases travel 
back and forth between the 
water lined flues in the round 
boiler, adding much to its 
economy. 



Round 
Sectional 

r I HE fire pot proper 
-L and the corru- 
gated crown sheet are 
separate sections. 

This makes it de- 
cidedly easier to han- 
dle, and in case of 
breakage, only the 
part, in which the 
break is, need be 
bought. 

The intermediate sec- 
tions have flue clean- 
out openings at both 
front and rear, so the 
sections can be swung 



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Four Section Steam 



No. 9. Five Section Steam 
Boiler. Note how all operating 
parts are handy on the front. 



to secure the back and 
forth fire travel and 
always have dome sec- 
tion with rear smoke 
outlet. One means 
economy in fuel. The 
other economy in set- 
up time. The nipple 
openings are placed 
on the extreme sides 
of the boiler where 
they will not interfere 
with the flue travel, 
thereby increasing the 
surface in direct con- 
tact with the hot flames 
and gases. This re- 
sults in coal economy. 




No. 11. By cutting the boiler 
down through the flues or corru- 
gations of the crown sheet sec- 
tion this way. you get a pretty 
good idea of the internal ar- 
rangement of the boiler and 
action of fire. 



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No. 13. Compare the height 
of these two dome sections. 
Note how much higher the 
lower, or steam one is than the 
upper one, for the water boiler. 
The space above the part 
marked "water-line" is the 
steaming space. Its unusually 
generous size assures you of 
dry. hot steam — the kind that 
gives off the most heat. 




No. 14. This straight smoke 
box is furnished with all boilers, 
unless ordered otherwise. 




Big Steam 

Dome 

You see from comparing 
theillustrations at the left 
that theSteamBoiler is an 
out-and-out steam boiler, 
with a full-grown steam 
dome. The top, or dome 
section, is two and one- 
half times as large as on 
the water boiler, and a 
good deal larger than 
any other steam dome 
on any other round boiler 
that we know anything 
about. 

It means dry, hot steam 
to your radiators — the 
kind that heats. 



No. 15. If you prefer an elbow 
smoke box, here is the one we 
will cheerfully send you. 




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Round 

Sectional 

Construction 

HERE you can see 
all the sections 
that are used in the 
Round Water Boiler. 
Each separate one at 
the right is numbered 
to agree with those on 
the assembled boiler 
below, enabling you 
to see exactly how 
each is placed. Num- 
ber 4 is called an in- 
termediate section, 
because it is used in 
increasing the boiler 
from a four to a five 
or six section boiler. 
This ease of enlarging 
is a real advantage. 




No. 16. Compare each num- 
bered section with those of the 
separate sections at the right. 



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This Tells You How Easy 

They Are 

To Operate 




AH the flue clean-out doors are 
handy on the front 



TN my time I have heard a good deal of mumbling 
below stairs about boilers; and a good deal of 
grumbling above stairs about the same subject. 
There have been times when the use of certain 
words of emphasis might be said to have assumed a 
lurid tone. 

Some of them have been prompted because of the 
fire in certain boilers going out unexpectedly and 
entirely unwarrantably — quite as collar buttons 
suddenly disappear under the bureau. 

At other times it has been due to grates that stick; 
or which took a downright husky to shake them. 



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One time in particular, I recall the man of one 

house appearing on the scene, Saturday afternoon, 

following a more than usual series of emphasis from 

below. 

He was dirt from face down. 

His frame of mind we will pass over, but it seems 

it was warranted. 

He had been cleaning out the flues and had to 
crawl around behind his boiler and lie on his back 
to do it. 

All these trying things are so entirely unnecessary 
that you wonder why people continue to put up 
with such boilers. Or stranger still, why they buy 
them in the first place. 

Long ago we overcame all such troublesome troubles 
in this boiler of ours. 




No. 18. And the clinker door is 
No 17 Those of you who have made on exactly the same generous 
tried to get coal in a narrow little sized lines Plenty of room to 
fire-box door without scattering it 
on the floor, will warmly welcome 
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the ample size of all our boiler doors. 



sizea lines. * .city of room - 
remove clinkers, or work a slicing 
bar up and down, and from side to 
side. 



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Take the clean-out doors — every one of them, on 
every one of our boilers, is right handy on the very 
front of the boiler. 

The easier it is to clean the flues, the oftener they 
will be cleaned. 

And you and I know that the cleaner the flues are 
kept, the less coal you have to burn. 

Then there are the grates; on the round boiler they 
are of the revolving type. It's no task to turn them. 
They turn half at a time, making them half again 
easier to turn. 

Except in exceptional cases, they never clinker jam, 
and when they do, there's that good big-sized 
clinker door, through which you can easily dislodge 
them without upsetting your entire fire. 

And as for those exasperating goings-out we were 
speaking about — our extra deep fire-pot is an in- 
surance against that. 

The fire-box doors are all generous size, making it 
easy to put in the coal without banging the scoop 
against the side and spilling the coal over the floor. 

The clinker door just below the fire-box door is 
long enough and high enough to give you plenty 
of room to break up any clinkers or break up 
surface crusting that often forms when soft coal is 
burned. 



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No. 19 



No. 20 



No. 21 



About Grates and Shaking 



No. 19. This shows the 
position of the triangu- 
lar grates before turn- 
ing. 

Note the three flat faces 
to the grates, on one 
of which the fire always 
Hes. 



No. 20. And this posi- 
tion of grates shows 
them in a third of a 
turn, to cut out the 
ashes; another third 
would cut out some of 
the partly burned coal, 
leaving the fire bright 
underneath, ready for 
quick results. 



No. 21. The two-part 
turn accomplished, the 
flat face of the grate is 
back in place and the 
fire burning merrily. 
Simplicity itself . isn't it? 
Quite as easy as rolling 
off a log. 




New Base 



All grate bars of each series are same pattern and interchange- 
able. Shake same as heretofore, in pairs ; two grate bars 
shake at a time. 

In back of ash pit front there is a hook casting. When front 
is taken off all grates rest in place on this hook. 
To replace a broken grate bar. simply lift the bar off hook 
and place in new grate bar. 



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Round Junior Boiler 

For Hot Water Heating 

For heating a hot water supply tank, the Junior 
Round Boiler is the busiest of little busy bodies. 
It's surprising what it will do with but little coal 
and practically no bother. 



No. 999 

Laundry 

Stove 

Here is a combination stove 
and hot water heater for laun- 
dries. It can be furnished with 
brass water section. 

Top can be used for flat irons or wash boiler. It can 
be connected directly to a hot water supply tank. 




Diameter of Top. , 20 inch 

Holes One 9 inch 

Two V 2 9 inch 
Diameter of Grate 10 inch 



Capacity 80 gallons 

Tappings I inch Flow and Ret. 

Height. 23 inch 



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fRATINGS 



Number . 


*1 10 


•112 


*114 


61 


81 


Diameter Grate, Inches. 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


Direct Radiation, sq. ft. 


125 


200 


300 


450 


550 


Tank Capacity, gallons. 


175 


275 


375 


550 


700 


Total Diameter, inches. 


16 


18 


20 


26 


27 


Total Height, inches. . . 


32 j i 


36^ 


39 


4QH 


41M 


Size Supply, inches 


2 


2 


2H 


3 


3 


Size Return, inches. .... 


2 


2 


2M 


3 


3 


Diam. Smoke Pipe, ins. 


5 


6 


7 


7 


7 



Cast iron bases with legs, suitable for setting boiler on wood 
floor, can be furnished with Nos. 110, 112 and 1 14 boilers at special 
prices. 

*Brass water sections can be furnished in sizes 1 10 and 1 12 — 1 14. 
Special prices on application. 

f Ratings subject to notice on page 47. 



MEASUREMENTS 



No. 


A 


B 


C 


D 


110 


32^ 


15M 


9V 2 


WY* 


112 


36H 


\7U 


\qh 


\2% 


114 


39 


Wi 


u% 


MH 


61 


40M 


25% 


WYi 


WA 


81 


41M 


27 


12 


\*H 



27H 

30M 
33 

33K 
345/ 8 



No. 


F 


H 


J 


K 


110 


5 


7Vs 


2 


2 


112 


6 


m 


2 


2 


114 


7 


9H 


2V 2 


2H 


61 


7 


mi 


3 


3 


81 


7 


n% 


3 


3 



h*M 




1391 



i 



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Repair Price List "A" Square Sectional Boiler 



series— 



Steam Front Section ........ 

Back Section 

Intermediate Section 

Water, Front Section 

Back Section 

Intermediate Section. ....... 

Hub Section , 

Nipples, Large. 

Small 

Set (3) 

Smoke Box, Complete 

Open. . 

Plain 

Damper 

Collar 

Buttons (Four) each 

Check Door 

Ratchet 

Cleanout Door, Centre. ...... 

Side 

Frame, Center . . 

Side 

Coil Hole Plates (Set) 

Fire Door Frame. 

Complete 

fc Door and Register 

Lining 

Name Plates (Two) Per Set. . . 

Clinker Door 

Pull Rod, 4 and 5 Sect 

Each Additional Sect 

Grate Bars, Regular 

Pea Coal 

Wood and Soft Coal. . . 

Finger Grates 

Grate Bar Lugs and Bolts 

For Regular and Pea Coal . . . 

For Wood and Soft Coal 

Ashpit Front 

(Inc. Clinker Door Frame) . . . 

Back 

Door Complete. 

Door Only. 

Drop Door. 

Ratchet. 

Ashpit Sides 

I Section Extension. ........ 

4 Section Side 

5 Section Side 

6 Section Side 

7 Section Side 

8 Section Side 

9 Section Side 

Shaker Bracket, Single 

Double 

Socket 

Handle 

Connecting Bars 

For 4 Section Boilers, Single. . 
For 5 Section Boilers, Double 



$104. 

108. 

75 

85 

90 

65 

75 

1 

1 

3 
16 
5 
5 
I 
1 

1 



24* 



$135.00 

150.00 

105.00 

1 22 . 00 

130.00 

90.00 

100.00 

1.00 

1.00 

3.00 

27.05 

9.50 

8.60 

2.00 

3.50 

.25 

1.30 

.25 

2.50 



50 
25 
50 
45 
00 
00 
6.00 



.00 
2.00 
2.80 
1.C0 

.20 
8.00 
9.00 
9.00 
3.00 

.70 
1.00 

12.00 
13.00 
6.25 
4.50 
1.50 
.25 

5.00 
16.00 
20.00 
24.00 
28.00 
32.00 



4,00 
1.80 
2.50 



3.80 



30" 



H70.00 

190.00 

135.00 

155.00 

165.00 

1 1 5 . 00 

125.00 

1.50 

I . 00 

3.50 

35.00 

11.00 

13.00 



50 
. 50 
.25 
.75 
.25 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.45 
.00 
00 
.00 
.00 
00 
.00 
.00 
.20 
10.00 
12.00 
9.00 
5.00 

.70 
1.00 

14.00 
15.00 
9.00 
6.25 
2.50 
.25 

5.50 

20.00 
24.00 
28.00 
32.00 
36.00 



5.00 
1.80 

2.50 



$225.00 

245.00 

I 70 . 00 

200.00 

215. 00 

145.00 

160.00 

1.50 

1.00 

3.50 

44.25 

15.00 

15.50 

4.00 

6.00 

.25 

2.50 

.25 

3.50 

1.50 

2.50 

1 .50 

.45 

9.00 

13 00 

9.00 

4.00 

2 00 

3.20 

1.00 

.20 

12.00 

14.00 

10.00 

5.50 



3.80 3.80 



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Repair Price List 



A n Square Sectional Boiler 

— Continued 



ror 6 Section Boilers, Double. , 

For 7 Section Boilers, Double. . 

For 8 Section Boilers, Double. . 

For 9 Section Boilers, Double. . 

For 10 Section Boilers, Double. 

For 1 I Section Boilers, Double. 

Water Column 

Damper Regulator. 

Rubber Diaphragm, 7 inch 

14 inch 

Jack Chain, Per Foot 

Draw Up Bolts 

Stove Putty, Per Can 

Firetool, Complete Set 

Poker. 

Hoe Handle, 

Hoe Blade 

Flue Brush, . , 

Flue Brush Handle 



18" 


24" 


30" 


4.50 


4.50 


4.50 


5.40 


5.40 


5.40 


6.30 


6.30 


6.30 


7.20 


7.20 


7.20 


7.80 


7.80 


7.80 


8.50 


8.50 


8.50 


4.00 


4.00 


6.00 


10.50 


10.50 


10.50 


1.50 


1.50 


1.50 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


.07 


.07 


.07 


.10 


.10 


.10 


2.00 


2. CO 


2.00 


8.20 


8.20 


8.20 


2.50 


2.50 


2.50 


1.50 


1.50 


1.50 


1.50 


1.50 


1.50 


1.10 


1.10 


1.10 


1.60 


1.60 


1.60 



36" 



4.50 
5.40 
6.30 
7.20 
/.80 
8.50 
6.00 
10.50 
1.50 
5.00 
.07 
.10 
2.00 
8.20 
2.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1. 10 
1.60 



List "A" Applies to Boilers Bearing Following Numbers: 



18" Series 24" Series 


30* Series 


36" Series 


Water Steam 


Water Steam 


Water Steam 


Water Steam 


W-18-4 S-18-4 


W-24-4 S-24-4 


W-30-5 S-30-5 


W-36-5 S-36-5 


W-18-5 S-18-5 


W-24-5 S-24-5 


W-30-6 S-30-6 


W-36-6 S-36-6 


W-18-6 S-18-6 


W-24-6 S-24-6 


W-30-7 S-30-7 


W-36-7 S-36-7 


W-18-7 S-18-7 


W-24-7 S-24-7 


W-30-8 S-30-8 


W-36-8 S -36-8 




W-24-8 S-24-8 


W-30-9 S-30-9 


W-36-9 S-36-9 
W-36-10 S-36-10 
W-36-11 S-36-11 
W-36-12 S-36-12 
W-36-13 S 36-13 



Repair Price List "B" Old Style Square Boilers 

For all parts not shown in the following, use List A. 



SERIES— 



Steam Sections 

Front 

Back.... 

Intermediate 

Water Sections 

Front 

Back... 

Intermediate 

Hub 

Nipples 

Large 

Small 

Set of 3 

Clinker Door Frame, 



18" 



$94 . 00 
96.00 
70.00 

79.00 
80.00 
62.00 
70.00 

1. 00 
1.00 
3.00 
3 00 



24" 



$128.00 
143.00 
94.00 

116.00 
122.00 
80.00 



I 50 

1.00 
3.50 
4.00 



30" 



$170.00 
1^0.00 
135.00 

155.00 
165.00 
1 1 5 . 00 
1 25 . 00 

1.50 
1.00 
3.50 
5.00 



36" 



$250.00 
270.00 
190.00 

220.00 

240.00 
164.00 



2.00 
1.20 
4.40 
6 00 



List "B" Applies to Boilers Bearing the Following Numbers: 



18* 


Series 


24* 


Series 


30" 


Series 


36" 


Series 


Water 


Steam 


Water 


Steam 


Water 


Steam 


Water 


Steam 


418 


410 


524 


520 


546 


540 


536 


530 


518 


510 


624 


620 


646 


640 


636 


630 


618 


610 


724 


720 


746 


740 


736 


730 


718 


710 


824 


820 


846 


840 


836 


830 


818 


810 


924 


920 


946 


940 


936 
1036 


930 
1030 



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REPAIR PRICE LIST "C" 
ROUND SECTIONAL BOILERS 



Sections 

Firepot 

Corrugated 

Intermediate 

Water Dome 

Steam Dome 

Nipples, each 

Tie Bolts (Set 4) 

Coil Hole Plates (2 Sets) Per Set. 

Rear Cleanout Plate 

Cleanout Door. ... 

Cleanout Door Frame 

Clinker Door 

Clinker Door Frame 

Fire Door and Lining 

Fire Door Frame 

Name Plates 

Smoke Box, Complete 

Check Door 

Check Dooi Ratchet 

Damper 

Damper Ratchet 

Ashpit, Complete 

Shell 

Front 

Door Complete 

Door Only. 

Drop Door . 

Drop Door Ratchet 

Grate Bars, each 

Grate Bars, Complete Set 

Shaker Handle 

Damper Regulator 

Rubber Diaphragm 

Fire Tools, Complete Set 

Hoe 

Poker 

Flue Brush, . . . . 

Flue Brush Handle 

Jack Chain, Per Foot 

Stove Putty 



SIZE OF GRATE 



18 



$60.00 

36.00 

26.00 

26.00 

54.00 

1.00 

I . 00 

.45 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

50 

6.00 

2.00 

9.00 

.65 

.25 

I. 10 

1.00 

41.75 

19.00 

5.25 

4.50 

3.00 

1.25 

.25 

(4)3.25 

13.00 

1.00 

10.50 

1.50 

5 

I 



20" 



$70.00 

41 .00 

30.00 

30.00 

65.00 

1.00 

1.00 

.45 

00 

1)0 

00 

00 

00 

50 

00 

00 

on 

65 

25 

10 

00 



54.00 

30.00 
5.50 
4.50 
3.00 
1.25 
.25 
(4)3.50 

14.00 
1.00 

10.50 
1.50 
5.45 



23" 



$90.00 

50.00 

38.00 

40.00 

85.00 

1.20 

1.00 

.45 

1. 00 

1.00 

2.00 

1.00 

2.00 

5.00 

6.00 

2.00 

11.50 

.90 

.25 

1.50 

1.00 

73.00 

40.00 

6.00 

5.00 

3.25 

1.50 

.25 

(4)5.50 

22.00 

1.00 

10.50 

1.50 

5.45 

1.65 

1.45 

.90 

1.45 

.07 

1.00 



26" 



$120.00 

60.00 

47.00 

46.00 

106.00 

1.30 

1.00 

.45 

1.00 

1.00 

2.00 

1.50 

2 . 00 

5.00 

6,00 

2.00 

1 4 . 00 

1.00 

.25 

1.75 

1.00 

91.00 

48.00 

7.00 

6.00 

4.00 

1.75 

.25 

(5)6.00 

30.00 

1.20 

10.50 

1.50 

5.45 

1 65 

1.45 

.90 

1.45 

.07 

1.00 



Boilers Bearing the Following Numbers Apply to List "C" 



184-S 
I85-S 
186-S 


234-S 
235-S 
236-S 


204-S 
205-S 
206-S 


264-S 
265-S 
266-S 



184-W 
185-W 
186-W 
204-W 
205-W 
206-W 



234-W 
235-W 
236-W 
264-W 
265-W 
266-W 



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REPAIR PRICE LIST "D" 
ROUND SECTIONAL BOILERS 



SIZE OF CRATE 



17* 


19" 


IV 


25" 


28 " 


$60 . 00 


$70 . 00 


$90.00 


$120.00 


$140,00 5 


36.00 


41.00 


50.00 


60.00 


70 . 00 


26.00 


30.00 


38.00 


47.00 


60.00 


26.00 


30.00 


40.00 


46.00 


58 . 00 


54.00 


65.00 


85.00 


106.00 


126.00 


1.00 


1 .00 


1 20 


1.30 


1.50 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


.45 


.45 


.45 


.45 


.45 


1.00 


1.00 


1. 00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1 . 00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.25 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.50 


1 50 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


4.50 


4.50 


5.00 


5.00 


5.50 


6.00 


6.00 


6.00 


6.00 


6.50 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


9.00 


9.00 


11.50 


14.00 


1 7 . 00 


.65 


.65 


.90 


1.00 


1.25 


.25 


.25 


.25 


.25 


.25 


1.10 


1.10 


1.50 


1.75 


1 75 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


40.25 


53.00 


71.00 


84.00 


99.75 


19,00 


30 . 00 


40.00 


48.00 


55.00 


5.25 


5.50 


6.00 


7.00 


8.00 


4.50 


4.50 


5.00 


6.00 


6 75 


3.00 


3.00 


3.25 


4.00 


4.50 


1.25 


1.25 


1 5C 


1.75 


2.00 


.25 


.25 


,25 


.25 


.25 


1 1 . 50 


13.00 


20.00 


23.00 


30.00 


3.25 


3.50 


5.5C 


5.00 


5.30 


2.50 


3.00 


4.50 


4.00 
5.00 


4 . 40 
5.30 


1.00 


1.0C 


1.0C 


1.20 


1.20 


10.50 


10 5C 


10. 5C 


10.50 


10.50 


1.50 


1.50 


1.50 


1.50 


1.50 


5.45 


5.45 


5.45 


5.45 


5.45 


1.65 


1 65 


1.65 


1.65 


1.65 


1.45 


1.45 


1.45 


1.45 


1.45 


.90 


9C 


9C 


.9C 


.90 


1.45 


1.45 


1.45 


1.45 


1.45 


.07 


.07 


.07 


.07 


.07 


1.00 


1.00 


J.OO 


1.00 


1.00 



Sections 

Firepot. 

Corrugated 

Intermediate 

Water Dome 

Steam Dome 

Nipples 

Tie Bolts 

Coil Hole Plates. . 
Rear Cleanout Plate 
Cleanout Door. . . , 
Cleanout Dr. Frame 
Clinker Door ...... 

Clinker Door Frame 
Fire Door and Lining 
Fire Door Frame. . . 

Name Plates 

Smoke Box 

Complete 

Check Door 

Check Door Ratchet 

Damper 

Damper Ratchet.. . . 
Ashpit, Complete. . . . 

Shell 

Front 

Door Complete 

Door Only 

Drop Door 

Drop Door Ratchet 
Grate Bars 

Complete Set 

Centre 

End 

Intermediate 

Shaker Handle 

Damper Regulator. 
Rubber Diaphragm 
Fire Tools 

Complete Set 

Hoe 

Poker 

Flue Brush 

Flue Brush Handle. 
Jack Chain per ft. ... 
Stove Putty 



$160.00 
80 . 00 
70.00 
68.00 
142.00 

1.75 

1.00 
.45 

1 

1 

2 

1 

2 

6 

6 



2.00 

20.00 

1.50 

.25 

2.00 

1.00 

127.25 

70.00 

10.00 

7.25 

4.75 

2.25 

.25 

40.00 
7.50 
5.50 
7.00 
1.20 

10.50 
1.50 

5.45 
1.65 
1.45 

.90 
1 45 

.07 
1.00 



Boilers Bearing the Following Numbers Apply to List "D" 

S-I7-4 S-25-4 W-17-4 W-25-4 

S-17-5 S-25-5 W-I7-5 W-25-5 

S-17-6 S-25-6 W-17-6 W-25-6 



S-19-4 
S-I9-5 
SI 9-6 

S-22-4 
S-22-5 
S-22-6 



S-28-4 
S-28-5 
S-28-6 

S-31-4 
S-31-5 
S-31-6 



W-T9-4 
W-19-5 
W-19-6 

W-22-4 
W-22-5 
W-22-6 



W-28-4 
W-28-5 
W-28-6 

W-31-4 
W-31-5 
W-31-6 



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REPAIR PRICE LIST "E" 
ROUND SECTIONAL BOILERS 



Sections 

Firepot 

Intermediate. . . , 
Water Dome. . . . 

Steam Dome. . . . 

Nipples 

Tie Bolts. 

Coil Hole Plates. . 

Cleanout Door 

Cleanout Door Frame 

Clinker Door. 

Clinker Door Frame . 
Firedoor and Lining, 
FireDoor and Frame. 

Nameplates 

Smoke Box » 

Check Door 

Check Door Ratchet 

Damper 

Damper Ratchet.. . . 
Ashpit, Complete. . . . 

Ashpit Shell 

Ashpit Front 

Ashpit Door 

Complete 

Ashpit Door Only. . . 

Ashpit Drop Door, . 

Ashpit Drop Door 

Ratchet 

Grate Bars 

Complete Set 

Centre 

End 

Intermediate 

Shaker Handles 

Damper Regulator. . 

Rubber Diaphragm. 
Firetools 

Complete Set 

Hoe 

Poker 

Flue Brush 

Flue Handle 

Jack Chain, Per Foot 
Stove Putty 



SIZE OF GRATES 



$86.00 
27.00 
26 00 
56.00 



1 
1 
40.25 

19.00 
5.25 

4.50 
3.00 
1.25 

.25 

11.50 
3.25 
2.50 



I . 00 

10.50 

1.50 

5.45 
"65 
1.45 

.90 
1.45 

.07 
1. 00 



$104 
30 

30 

65 

I 

1 

1 

2 
1 

2 
4 
6 
2 
9 



24" 



27" 



$140.00 

40 . 00 

40.00 

85.00 

1.20 

1.00 

.45 

.00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 



4.50 
3.00 
1.25 

.25 

13.00 
3 50 

3.00 



1.00 

10.50 

1.50 

5.45 
1.65 
1.45 

.90 
1.45 

.07 
1. 00 



1 

2 
I 

2 
5 
6 

2_. 

11 1 . 50 

.90 

.25 

1.50 

1.00 

71.00 

40.00 

6.00 

5 00 
3 25 

1.50 

.25 

20.00 
5.50 
4.50 



$174.00 

52.00 

50.00 

106.00 

1. 



1 .00 

10.50 

1.50 

5.45 
1.65 
1.45 

.90 
1.45 

.07 
1.00 



30 

.00 

.45 

1.00 

2.00 

1.50 

2.00 

5.00 

6.00 

2,00 

14.00 

1. 00 

.25 

1.75 

1.00 

84.00 

48.00 

7.00 

6.00 
4.00 
1.75 

.25 

23.00 
5.00 
4.00 
5.00 
1 20 

10.50 
1.50 



5.45 
1.65 
1.45 

.90 
1.45 

.07 
1.00 



30" 



$210.00 

64.00 

60 . 00 

130 00 

1.50 

1.00 

.45 

1 25 

2.00 

I . 50 

2.00 

5 50 

6 50 
2.00 

17.00 

1 25 

.2% 

1.75 

1.00 

99.75 

55.00 

8.00 

6.75 
4.50 
2.00 

.25 

30.00 
5.30 
4.40 
5.30 
1.20 

10,50 
1.50 

5.45 
1.65 
1.45 

.90 
1.45 

.07 
1.00 



$240.00 

74.00 

72.00 

145.00 

1 75 

1.00 

.45 

1.25 

2.25 

I 50 

2.20 

6.00 

6 50 

2.00 

20.00 

1.50 

.25 

2.00 

1,00 

127.25 

70.00 

10.00 

7.25 

4.75 
2.25 

.25 

40.00 
7.50 
5.50 
7.00 
1.20 

10.50 
1.50 

5.45 
1.65 
1.45 

.90 
1.45 

.07 
1.00 



Boilers Bearing the Following Numbers Apply to List "E" 



S-216 
S-316 

S-416 

S-218 
S-318 
S-418 

S-221 
S-32I 
S-42I 



S-224 
S-324 
S-424 

S-227 

S-327 
S-427 

S-230 
S-330 
S-430 



W-216 
W-316 
W-416 

W-218 
W-318 

W-418 

W-221 
W-321 
W-421 



W-224 
W-324 
W-424 

W-227 
W-327 
W-427 

W-230 
W-330 
W-430 



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REPAIR PRICE LIST "F" 
JUNIOR TANK HEATERS 



Firepot 

Frame for Fire and Clean Out 
Door 

Fire Door Complete. . . . 

Cleanout Door 

Shaker Handle 

Ashpit, Complete 

Shell 

Front. 

Door 

Drop Door 

Ratchet 

Grate Bars, Complete Set 

Centre 

End 

Sub Base 



No. 


No. 


No. 


No. 


110 


112 


114 


61 


$50.00 


$65 . 00 


$75.00 


$105.00 


2.20 


2 65 


3.20 


5.00 


1.45 


1.90 


2.25 


3.60 


.65 


.75 


.75 


1.45 


.80 


.80 


.90 


1.00 


21.50 


28.50 


33.50 


41.75 


12.00 


16.00 


18.00 


19.00 


1.80 


2.35 


3.00 


5.25 


1.20 


1.65 


2.00 


3.00 


.75 


.75 


.75 


1.25 


.25 


.25 


.25 


.25 


5.50 


7.50 


9.50 


13.00 


2.20 


2.80 


3.50 


3.25 


1.65 


2.35 


3.00 


3.25 


4.20 


4.60 


5.00 





No. 
81 

$135.00 

5.40 
4.10 
1.65 

1.00 

54.00 

30.00 

5.50 

3.00 

1.25 

.25 

14.00 

3.50 

3.50 



QUANTITY OF ASBESTOS REQUIRED TO 
COVER BOILERS ONE INCH THICK 

Based on using a grade of asbestos cement that will cover forty square feet 
per hundred pounds. 

ROUND SECTIONAL 



No. of 


No. of 


No. of 


No. of 


No. of 


No. of 


No. of 


No. of 


Boiler 


Founds 


Boiler 


Pounds 


Boiler 


Pounds 


Boiler 


Pounds 


184-W . 


...... 50 


264-W.. 


80 


184-S. . 


65 


264-S. . 


...100 


185-W 


65 


265-W. . 


no 


185-S. . 


80 


265-S. . 


...130 


186-W 


80 


266- W.. 


...140 


186-S. . 


95 


266-S. . 


.... 1 70 


204- W.. 


60 


W-28-4 . 


90 


204-S. . 


75 


S-28-4. 


.... 120 


205- W. . 


75 


W-28-5 . 


. .130 


205-S. . 


90 


S-28-5. 


...160 


206- W.. 


90 


W-28-6. 


1 70 


206-S. . 


105 


S-28-6. 


...200 


234- W.. 


70 


W-31-4. 


. ... 100 


234-S. . 


90 


S-31-4. 


...125 


23 5- W. . 


95 


W-31-5. 


...150 


235-S. . 


115 


S-31-5. 


...175 


236-W. . 


120 


W-31-6. 


... 200 


236-S. 


140 


S-31-6. 


. .225 



SQUARE SECTIONAL 



W-18-4 


...175 

...225 
...275 
...325 
.275 
. . . 330 
...385 
. . . 440 
...275 
.. .330 
...385 
. . , 440 
... 495 


W-36-6. 


. 390 


S-18-4... 

S-18-5... 
S-18-6. .. 
S-16-7... 
S-24-5. . . 
S-24-6. . . 
S-24-7. . . 
S-24-8. . . 
S-30-5 . . . 
S-30-6. . . 
S-30-7. . . 
S-30-8. . . 
S-30-9. . . 


... 200 
... 260 
...320 
...380 
... 300 
...360 
...420 
... 480 
... 300 
...360 
. . .420 
. . . 480 
. 540 


S-36-6. . . 
S-36-7. . . 
S-36-8. . . 
S-36-9. 
S-36-10. 
S-36-11.. 
S-50-6. . . 
S-50-7... 
S-50-8. . . 
S-50-9. . . 
S-50-10. . 
S-50-11.. 
S-50-12 . 


. .420 


W-18-5.. . 


W-36-7 . 


.455 


. . .490 


W-18-6. , , 


W-36-8. 


. .520 


. . . 560 


W-18-7. .. 


W-36-9 . 


. .585 


. . .630 


W-24-5 ... 
W-24-6 ... 
W-24-7.. 


W-36-I0. 
W-36-1 1 , 

W-50-6. . 


. . .650 
...715 

... 800 


. . . 700 
. . . 770 
... 800 


W-24-8. . . 


W-50-7 . . 


... 900 


. . .900 


W-30-5 ... 
W-30-6, . 
W-30-7... 
W-30-8. . . 
W-30-9. . . 


W-50-8 . . 
W-50-9. . 
W-50-10. 
W-50-11. 
W-50-12. 


.1000 
.1100 
.1200 

.1300 

1 400 


. . 1000 

.1100 

. . 1 200 

.1300 

.1400 



ROUND JUNIOR 



WATER TUBE TYPE 



No. of Boiler 

110 

112 

114 

61 

81 



No. of Pounds 

25 

30 

40 

50 

60 



No. of Boiler No. of pounds 

W-21-4 200 

W-21-5.. 250 

W-21-6 300 

W-21-7 350 

W-21-8 400 

W-21-9 450 

W-21-10 500 



We carry a large stock of Asbestos Cement and can ship same with your 
boiler order. 



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REPAIR PRICE LIST "G" 

50 INCH TWIN SECTIONAL 



Sections 

Left Front $185.00 

Right Front 185.00 

Left Back 215.00 

Right Back 215.00 

R. and L, Inter, Plain. .. 165.00 

R. and L. Inter.. Tapped. 165.00 

Push Nipple, 4" .. 1 .20 

Push Nipple, 6" 2.00 

Smoke Box, Complete. ... 1 10 . 00 

Collar 11.00 

Right Side 40.00 

Left Side 40.00 

Check Door 3.50 

Hinge Piece 50 

Lugs (4) each .25 

Damper 14.00 

Cleanout Door (7) , each . . 3 . 00 

Frame (7) . each 4 . 00 

Fire Door, Complete 13 . 50 

Door Only 9.00 

Lining 4 . 00 

Frame 9.00 

Vent Wheel 50 

Grate Bar, each 8.00 

Grate Bar Lugs 1 . 50 

Finger Grate 3 . 00 

Finger Grate Lug 1 . 50 

Clinker Door (2)each. ... 3 . 50 

Ashpit, Front 44 . 00 

Back 50.00 

Door (2) each 7.00 

Base Sides 

1 Section Panel 11.00 

2 Section Panel 23 . 00 

3 Section Panel. 35 . 00 

4 Section Panel 47 . 00 

6 Section Panel 70.00 

6 Section Panel, with 

Draft Door Opening. . . 70 . 00 

Draft Door 6 00 

Frame 2.50 

Lift Pin 2.00 

Pull Rod, 6 section 1 . 60 

Each Additional Section. . . ,20 



Draw Up Bolts 

H * 4* 10 

^ x 12" 25 

H x 14" 25 

%x 15" 25 

Shaker Brackets 5 . 00 

Socket 1.80 

Handle 2.50 

Centre Grate Rest 

6 Section 16.00 

7 Section 18 50 

8 Section 21.00 

9 Section ... 23.50 

10 Section. ... 36.00 

Center Bar Rest 3.00 

Grate Connecting Bars 

(each set) 

For 6 Section Boiler 7.25 

7 Section Boiler 8.70 

8 Section Boiler 10.25 

9 Section Boiler 11.80 

10 Section Boiler 13.25 

11 Section Boiler 14.50 

12 Section Boiler 16.00 

Stop Casting (to hold 

grates on c<~ meeting bars) . 50 

Front Top Centre Cover. . . 3 . 00 

Front Bottom Centre Cover 3 . 00 

Rear Top Centre Cover.. . . 3 . 00 

Rear Bottom Centre Cover. 3.00 

Intersectional Casting 3.00 

Syphon M" 30 

Hoe 4.50 

Poker..... 4 50 

Flue Brush 1.25 

Flue Brush Handle 2.00 

List "F" Applies to Boilers Bearing 

Following Numbers: 



S-50- 6 


W-50- 6 


S-50- 7 


W-50- 7 


S-50- 8 


W-50- 8 


S-50- 9 


W-50- 9 


S-50- 10 


W-50-I0 


S-50- 11 


W-50- 11 


S-50- 12 


W-50- 1 2 



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Rating Notice 

THE ratings given in catalog provide that in 
estimating the size of boiler required, all piping 
(mains and risers, flow and return) shall be figured 
as radiating surface, in addition to direct radiation 
to be used. Also that the radiation is proportioned 
to heat the building to 70 degrees with two column, 
cast iron radiators of standard height; that the 
boiler is attached to a flue of sufficient capacity 
and draft. 

They are based on a standard of two pounds pres- 
sure at the boiler for steam, and a temperature of 
180 degrees F. for water. 

In estimating the size of boiler, add 25% to direct 
indirect radiation, and 50% to indirect radiation. 
When a pipe coil or cast iron section is introduced 
into the firepot for the purpose of heating water 
for domestic use, additional capacity should be 
figured in determining size of boiler, viz.: one and 
a quarter square feet of direct radiation for steam, 
and two square feet of direct radiation for hot 
water, for each gallon to be thus heated per hour. 

EXAMPLE (Steam or Water) 

Direct Radiation . 1°<>0 «!■ ft. 

Pipe Coils 100 sq. ft. + 25% 125 sq. ft. 

Indirect Radiation - 200 sq. ft. + 50% 300 sq. ft 

Risers -.-- iAA , CAm .&•*■£ 

Uncovered Mains 100 + 50% 150 sq. ft. 

Coils for heating water for 

domestic use (see above).. * uu sc l ; ". 

1 750 sq.ft. 

In estimating the size of boiler required, all unusual 
conditions (such as churches, garages, greenhouses, 
etc.), should be taken into consideration and allow- 
ances made for them. 

In greenhouse heating, pipe coils underneath the 
benches are considerably more efficient per square 
foot of surface than regular cast iron column radia- 
tion. This is especially true in steam heating 

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apparatus, where one and one-quarter inch pipe 
coils are used. 

The condensation in the pipes when used for this 
class of work is from 50% to 60% more than in 
the average cast iron column radiator. This should 
also be considered when figuring for buildings and 
rooms requiring a low inside temperature (such as 
stores, factories, garages, storage buildings, etc.) 
for the reason that radiation at a low temperature 
will condense more steam per square foot of surface 
than in rooms heated to 70 degrees. 

When radiators are placed at a considerable distance 
from the boiler, always allow extra boiler power to 
cover the loss due to friction in transmission from 
boiler to heating surfaces. 

Hard Coal, Stove or Egg size, is the standard fuel 
upon which boiler capacities are based. In using 
Pea Coal, or smaller size coal, a larger sized grate 
is recommended, owing to the fact that these sizes 
of coal pack so much closer that the air cannot get 
through the coal so easily, the result being with the 
same depth of fire they burn more slowly than the 
average size. Using soft coal having a heat making 
value equal to hard coal, requires a boiler of 25% 
more coal holding capacity to hold an equal weight 
of fuel, as one cubic foot of hard coal weighs 
approximately fifty pounds, while one cubic foot 
of soft coal weighs approximately forty pounds. 

The heat making value of Anthracite Coal averages 
about 12,000 B. T. U. per pound, while some soft 
coals run as low as 9,000 B. T. U. per pound, and 
when coal of a lower heat-making value is to be 
used, a boiler having a fire-pot of corresponding 
larger fuel-holding capacity should be selected. 

In using boilers for soft coal, it is desirable to use 
as short a boiler as possible, for example: instead 
of using a No. W18-7, use a No. W-24-5. 



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BEWARE OF THIS CHIM- 
NEY CONSTRUCTION 
When the chimney is lower, or 
even with the ridge, the air cur- 
rents go down into the chimney, 
producing a down draft. 
Sometimes your fire will draw, 
but more often it won't. 



Chimney Facts Q^'^Sl 

o£ a heating apparatus 
is poor draft, due to de- 
fective chimneys. In 
order to get best results 
the area of the flue should 
be ample in size and the 
chimney should be car- 
ried as nearly straight 
as possible. The flue 
should have no connec- 
tion with other flues or 
openings and should be 
the same size from bot- 
tom to top. The inside 
surface should be smooth, 
and all joints tight. 

The top of the chimney 
should be from 2 to 4 
feet higher than the 
highest point of the roof, 
and so located that near- 
by higher buildings will 
not form eddies in the 
wind currents and force 
the air downward. The 
lower part of the chim- 
ney should extend but a 
short distance below the 
entranceofthesmokepipe 
and be provided with a 
clean-out door at the 
lowest point , for removing 
accumulated dust and 
soot. The boiler should 
be set as near the chim- 
ney as possible, and the 
THE CORRECT smoke pipe must not pro- 

CONSTRUCTION ; ect i nto the chimney too 

Make sure the chimney extends J , . -n i , i 

at least 2 feet above the peak far, aS thlS Will leSSen the 

of the roof, then no air currents J ».„£+■ 

can affect the draft. Orait. 




AND THIS ONE 
Where one part of the roof is 
lower than another, the chimney 
on that part should be extended 
2 feet above the higher one, 
otherwise you'll have the same 
down draft. 




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Chimney Facts 

(Continued) 

Due allowance must also be made for a new chim- 
ney, as it will not draw properly until it is dried 
out, which will take probably from one to two 
weeks. 

The following table gives the average size flue re- 
quired for the size of boiler. 



Area Dimensions given are inside 
of the Masonry Walls of the 



Measurements 
Chimney 



BOILER CAPACITY 


NO. OF HEATERS ATTACHED TO FLUE 


Hot Water 


Steam (Di- 
rect) Rating 
Sq. Ft. 


1 2 


Rating 
Sq, Ft. 


Dimensions 
Inches 


Height 
Feet 


Heaters cro; 


s-connected 
Ltery and at- 
flue opening 


To 700 
900 


To 450 

600 
700 


8x12 

8x12 
8x12 


35 
35 

40 


tached to one 


1100 


Dimensions 


Height 


1500 


1000 
1500 


12x12 
12x12 


35 
40 


Inches 


Feet 


2500 


12x16 


45 


4000 


2500 


12x16 


40 


16x20 


50 


5800 


3600 


16x16 


45 


20x24 


55 


7300 


4500 


16x20 


50 


24x24 


60 


8700 


5400 


20x20 


55 


24x28 


65 


10000 


6400 


20x24 


60 


28x28 


70 


12000 


7400 


24x24 


65 


30x30 


75 


14000 


8400 


24x28 


65 


32x32 


75 


15000 


9400 


28x28 


70 


30x36 


80 


17000 


10400 


28x32 


70 


30x36 


80 


19000 


11400 


30x30 


70 


36x36 


80 



Where round tile flue lining is used in place of rectangular, the nearest 
corresponding area shall be taken. 

Cleaning Chimney Flues 

A good method for cleaning the chimney is to 
sweep it with a heavily weighted bundle of rags, or 
a brush attached to a rope, and worked from the top. 
Some fitters use the chains from their automobile 
tires, lowering them inside chimney. 
The U. S. Fuel Administration advocates the use 
of salt. 

The fire should be put in good condition, with a 
substantial bed of hot fuel; then scatter well dried 
common salt over the fuel bed, in quantity depend- 
ing upon the size of boiler. For an ordinary 
residence, a pound at a time is ample. The dampers 
should be kept open to maintain the temperature 
of boiler, until the fumes entirely disappear. This 
usually takes about half an hour. 
The soot is disintegrated by the action of the salt 
fumes. Repeat the application if necessary. 



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Blowing Off a Steam Boiler 

One of the causes of a boiler foaming and producing 
an unsteady water line and preventing the genera- 
tion of steam is the accumulation of oil and grease 
in a new system. Every boiler, therefore, should 
be blown off within a week after it is first installed. 

If one cleaning does not result in proper generation 
of steam and steady water line, the boiler should 
be blown off again. Sometimes it is necessary to 
blow off a boiler three or four times or even more. 
One method to do this is as follows: 

Remove the safety valve and damper regulator 
from the boiler. Connect the tapping for the 
safety valve or the surface blow-off opening to a 
pipe of sufficient capacity for the size of the boiler. 
Close all radiator valves or if the mains are valved 
close both flow and return valves tightly. Fill the 
boiler to the top of the gauge glass with water. 

Build sufficient fire to keep water boiling and blow 
water and steam out through the safety valve 
tapping or blow-off tapping referred to above. 

Maintain the steam pressure at 1 5 lbs. and continue 
the blowing off for two hours. Supply sufficient 
cold water to keep the water line at the top of 
gauge. Close off the water feed valve and reduce 
the water line to proper level by draining through 
the draw-off cock at the bottom of the boiler. 
Replace safety valve, damper regulator and open 
all radiator valves on the mains. 

The boiler is then ready for operation. 

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Wrought Pipe Data 



Size 


5 
■ 
B 

a 

Q 

B 

j 

3 



"(3 
a 
u 
< 


g 



'3 

1 
o 
< 


■ 

< 

'm 

C 


u 
c 
g 

1 

3 
u 



■v 
'3 

3 




41 
U 

C 

s 

4) 

1 
3 

U 

■ 

'3 


1 

h 

M 

'3 


3 3 

^ c ^ 

3 N 

CO oO* 


l A 


.840 


.622 


.304 


2.639 


1.954 


.855 


.220 


% 


1 050 


.824 


.533 


3.299 


2.589 


1.140 


.275 


1 


1,315 


1.049 


.864 


4.131 


3 296 


1.690 


.344 


\H 1 1.660 


1.380 


1.496 


5.215 


4.335 


2.290 


.434 


IK 


1.900 


1.610 


2.036 


5.969 


5 . 058 


2.740 


.497 


2 


2.375 


2.067 


3.356 


7.461 


6.494 


3.690 


622 


2H 


2.875 


2.469 


4.778 


9.032 


7.757 


5.850 


.753 


3 




3.500 


3.068 


7.393 


10.996 


9.638 


7 660 


.916 


w% 


4,000 


3.548 


9.887 


12.566 


11.146 


9.240 


1.047 


4 


4.500 


4.026 


12.730 


14.137 


1 2 . 648 


10.900 


1 1 78 


4K 


5.000 


4.506 


15.947 


15.708 


14.156 


12.700 


1.309 


5 


5.563 


5.047 


20.006 


17.477 


15 856 


14.900 


1 456 


6 


6 625 


6.065 


28,890 


20.813 


19.054 


19.200 


1.734 


7 


7.625 


7.023 


38.780 


23.955 


22 . 063 


23.800 


1.996 


8 


8.625 


7.981 


50.027 


27.096 


25.073 


28.900 


2.258 



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Connecting Steam In connecting steam boilers 
Boiler to Main to mains, it is important 

that all outlets provided in 
boiler be connected their full area to the steam 
main. By so doing, the velocity of the steam 
leaving the boiler is reduced to a minimum. The 
steam main may be any size required, called for by 
good practice. 

The Boiler Pit To obtain the best results it is 
advisable, whenever possible, to 
deepen the Ash Pit, either by making a raised foun- 
dation under the boiler or by excavating and making 
a brick or concrete floor under the boiler. This 
will permit of better draft and consequently im- 
prove combustion. 

Such a sub-pit will also prevent, to a considerable 
extent, any chance of the grate bars burning out 
due to the accumulation of ashes. 

Guarantee These boilers are guaranteed only 
to the extent of furnishing new cast- 
ings for any found defective in manufacture. 
They are conservatively rated according to accepted 
standards, but on account of the varying conditions 
surrounding their installation, we do not guarantee 
our boiler except as specified above. 

Shipment Boilers are shipped from factory. 
We deliver everything in perfect con- 
dition to the freight companies. Our customers 
must look to the carriers to recover any loss or 
damage to castings. Do not pay the freight until 
you have examined the goods and checked up 
quantities. If any damage or shortage, insist on 
Agent writing it on your receipt. 

Repairs When ordering repair parts it is impor- 
tant that you give us the Serial Number 
of the boiler. This will avoid delay in filling the 
order and will insure the correct pattern being sent. 



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The Serial Number can be found on a small Brass 
Plate riveted to the Fire Door. 

Section Cement Sufficient asbestos cement is 
furnished with all boilers to 
make them gas tight. Cement must be placed 
between the sections wherever beads or ridges show. 
It is very important that this be done, as otherwise 
the gases will "short circuit," and will not get the 
proper fire travel. 

Boiler Coverings All boilers should be covered 
with asbestos cement at least 
an inch thick, which will increase both their 
efficiency and economy. 



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Telegraph Code 
ORDERS AND SHIPMENTS 

Ship immediately . Acorn 

Ship by express Apple 

Ship by freight Banana 

Ship by best route Cherry 

Ship immediately and follow by tracer Citron 

When can you make shipment Dates 

Have you shipped our order (number or date) Figs 

When will you ship our order (number or date) Grape 

Send tracer after our order (number or date) Lemon 

Your order (number or date) was shipped . Olives 

Expect to make shipment of your order (number or 

date) Orange 

Hold for instructions order (number or date) Peach 

Add to our order (number or date) Pears 

Your order (number or date) does not specify Plum 

Change our order (number or date) to read .Quince 

At what price and how soon can you furnish Violets 

Quote best price on Raspberries 

Wire reply at once Huckleberry 

F. O. B. Factory Artichoke 

Enter order as per inquiry of Strawberry 

Enter order as per quotation of Willow 

Answering your telegram of even date. Yucca 

Necessary parts to increase Boiler to Zamia 

Referring to our order (number or date) Cocoanut 

Referring to your telegram of (date) Tangerine 

Duplicate our order (number) Walnut 

F. O B. Factory with freight allowed to Destina- 
tion Shamrocks 

Can ship immediately on receipt of order Narcissus 

Your order does not specify steam or water, wire 

which is wanted . . Coffee 

Will mail you today bill of lading covering order 

(number) Vanilla 



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SQUARE SECTIONAL BOILERS 
STEAM 



S-18-4 
S-18-5 
S-18-6 
S-18-7 
S-24-5 
S-24-6 
S-24-7 
S-24-8 
S-30-5 



Cream 

Drab 

Maroon 

Salmon 

Carmine 

Green 

Yellow 

Grey 

Maize 



S-30-6 
S-30-7 
S-30-8 
S-30-9 
S-36-6 
S-36-7 
S-36-8 
S-36-9 
S-36-10 



Mignonette 

Nasturtium 

Teasel 

Papyrus 

Mahogany 

Maple 

Mulberry 

Palm 

Pine 



S-36-1 I 

S-50-6 

S-50-7 

S-50-8 

S-50-9 

S-50-10 

S-50-1 1 

S-50-12 



Redwood 

Dalmatian 

Danaea 

Darwinia 

Darnell 

Davallia 

Deltoid 

Desmanthus 



WATER 



W-18-4 
W-18-5 
W-18-6 
W-18-7 
W-24-5 
W-24-6 
W-24-7 
W-24-8 
W-30-5 



Slate 

Ochre 

Venetian 

Vermilion 

Black 

Brown 

Buff 

Purple 

Hyacinth 



W-30-6 

W-30-7 
W-30-8 
W-30-9 
W-36-6 
W-36-7 
W-36-8 
W-36-9 



Jasmine 

Jonquil 

Lygodium 

Mandrake 

Heather 

Honeysuckle 

Lily 

Ivy 



W-36-10 Thistle 



36-11 Tulip 

50-6 Desmodium 

■50-7 Diosma 

50-8 Dillenia 

■50-9 Draba 

-50-10 Drymoda 

50-1 1 Duranta 

50-12 Dysodia 



ROUND SECTIONAL BOILERS 
STEAM 



184-S 


Fagelia 


234-S 


Filbert 


S-28-4 


Cinnamon 


185-S 


Fagus 


235-S 


Flugger 


S-28-5 


Cluster 


186-S 


Fennel 


236-S 


Foetidia 


S-28-6 


Calculus 


204-S 


Ferula 


264-S 


Fugosia 


S-31-4 


Chrystal 


205-S 


Festuca 


265-S 


Faleiana 


S-31-5 


Clinquant 


206-S 


Ficus 


266-S 


Fuchsia 


S-31-6 


Cochineal 






WATER 






184-W 


Ebenus 


23 4- W 


Epacris 


W-28-4 


Bismuth 


185-W 


Echinops 


235-W 


Etodea 


W-28-5 


Blanket 


186-W 


Eyriesii 


236-W 


Ecymus 


W-28-6 


Blossom 


204-W 


Endive 


264-W 


Earina 


W-31-4 


Bolster 


205-W 


Emelia 


265-W 


Edentate 


W-31-5 


Bonnett 


206-W 


Ehretia 


266-W 


Erythea 


W-31-6 


Burnish 



ROUND JUNIOR BOILERS 



1 1 Acacia 



1 12 Aconite 



1 14 Adonis 



61 Abroma 



81 Aizoon 



HIGH TEST BOILERS 



W-21-4 
W-21-5 



Hakea 
Hamelia 



W-21-6 
W-21-7 



Hedera 
Hibiscus 



W-21-6 Hickory 
W-21-9 Holly 
W-21-10 Heliopsis 



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